Photography has almost always been in crisis. In the beginning, the terms of this crisis were cast as dichotomies: is photography science or art? Nature or technology? Representation or truth? This questioning has intensified and become more complicated over the intervening years. At times, the issues have required a profound rethinking of what photography is,… Continue reading Is Photography Over?
Daniel O’Gorman, visual researcher, is now officially representing FOAM in Ireland. This put simply means that finally, and given the time, we will be able to buy FOAM at our local newsagent… The press release: “We are proud to announce we are now representing Foam Magazine in Ireland. Foam is available to order through us by… Continue reading FOAM Magazine, now in Ireland!
Opening: November 25, 6.30pm. Exhibition continues until January 24 2010. The Gallery of Photography is proud to present the premiere showing of a new body of work by Jackie Nickerson, one of the foremost photographic artists working today. In ‘Ten Miles Round’, Jackie Nickerson (Winner of the AIB Prize) explores the predominately rural community around her… Continue reading ‘Ten Miles Round’ by Jackie Nickerson
Norman Mailer has stated that boxing is a metaphor for life. Investment of time and energy in a tradition like boxing can be explained through the desire to achieve stability in a rapidly changing world. It may also engender a yearning for a more vital existence and a longing for authenticity. In this photographic work,… Continue reading ‘EXHALE’ by Mandy O’Neill
CityArts and the Heritage Council in association with the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media and the School of Media, DIT present Archive | Image | History December 3rd Moved to December 2nd 5.00 – 7.00pm – The Oval Room, The Rotunda, Parnell Sq. W. Dublin 1 Whilst archives and archival practices have been a consistent… Continue reading Archive | Image | History
Until fifteen years ago the Ru Kitch photographers were a familiar sight on the streets of Pakistan. For the odd penny they photographed passers-by, in black and white, with the results available immediately. The term Ru Kitch – literally ‘extracting the spirit’ – refers to the way in which the photographer stuck his hand into… Continue reading Ru Kitch, Street Photography From The Punjab (1950-2000)
Coming this Autumn, a magnificent exhibition that will bring to Dublin a taste of the old New York photographed by some big names like Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus, Berenice Abbot, Alfred Stieglitz, and more. It will be at IMMA from the 25 Nov 2009 to the 07 Feb 2010. Picturing New York comprises 150 masterworks from the photographic… Continue reading Picturing NY: Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art
From RTE, “ON TV, ONLINE AND THE RTÉ STILLS LIBRARY, LOOK OF THE IRISH CELEBRATES THE PHOTOS WHICH HAVE SHOWN US WHO WE ARE SINCE 1839.” ‘The Look of the Irish’ is a series of 9 programs dedicated to Photography and representation. This is the list: Fergus Bourke: In His Own Words RTÉ One, 11.10pm… Continue reading The Look of the Irish
Exciting new work by emerging and established Irish photographers will be displayed at this year’s Photo Rencontres in Arles, France, the biggest event of the international photography calendar. Supported by the Arts Council and Culture Ireland, the Gallery of Photography is presenting an exciting showcase of Irish photographic talent at the International Photo Rencontres in… Continue reading International Exposure for Irish Photographers
Even though it has slipped off the DIT’s Calendar of events (well, at least its here), it is indeed a very important event: Photoworks 2009 is opening this evening from 6.30 at the Gallery of Photography and The National Photographic Archive, showcasing the work of the BA Photography graduate students. “The 2009 BA Photography graduate… Continue reading Photoworks 2009